Museums are a great place to bring people together to think about challenging and emotive histories. They are also free and accessible places where you can meet people from different local communities, learn from each other’s experiences and...
At Northwood Holocaust Memorial Day Events in 2015, 28 guest speakers addressed 2,889 students and their teachers from 50 different schools from across the borough. The events took place at six different synagogues – Belmont, Borehamwood, Bushey,...
Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2013 in Northwood, London, brought together around 2,000 local secondary school students to participate in commemorative workshops and talks.  Students from over 40 local schools in years 9 and above gathered at a...
This year, Kingston Holocaust Memorial Day organisers were awarded the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames’s Mayoral Community Award for their work in supporting HMD.  We spoke to organiser Judy Thwaites to find out a little more...
Senior Exhibitions Officer at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, Jessica Litherland, tells us about the dynamic programme of activities they ran for Holocaust Memorial Day 2014. At Rugby Art Gallery and Museum we have a yearly programme of changing...
Celtic Football Club is working with six schools in the East and North East of Glasgow on an arts educational programme inspired by and launched on HMD 2013.  The programme focuses on Holocaust education through the context of visual arts,...
For HMD 2012, Kim Strickson and her team at Kirklees Council held Conversations in Kirklees.  The event on 24 January was a culmination of projects with groups of adults and children from across Kirklees who shared conversations about speaking...